Michigan Good Food Fund offers workshops aimed at growing the business acumen of good food enterprises. See below for our latest offerings and sign up for our updates to stay in the loop.

Upcoming Workshops

Branding 101 for Food Entrepreneurs from Michigan State University

January 22 – February 19

The Branding 101 for Food Entrepreneurs webinar series is intended for people who are looking for advice in how to brand and market their products to B2B and consumer audiences. Written for start-ups, this series will focus on the basics of how to think about, structure and define food-based brands to drive the most impact and build affinity in the marketplace. There are five webinars in this series. Participants may register for any number. Register now. 

Michigan State University Extension 2019 Beginning Farmer Webinar Series

January 16 – April 3

Beginning farmers and others with basic information needs are invited to participate in a series of twelve online programs addressing crop and livestock production, farm business and marketing. Participants will get an overview of a variety of farming enterprises and topics, and have an opportunity through live, online chat to ask questions of MSU and other agriculture experts. Register now. 

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Certificate Training

April 30 – May 1

Food or other companies that are in need of a certified Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) individual can register for the upcoming training through Michigan State University Extension. Register now. 

Past Workshops

Michigan Good Food Fund has offered periodic business assistance workshops, including a Battle Creek Boot Camp, Flint Boot Camp, Grand Rapids Boot Camp, and Bodega Boot Camp.

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